Welcome to issue 305 of the HWN, an issue covering crowd-sourced bits of information about Haskell from around the web. This issue covers from August 31 to September 06, 2014
Quotes of the Week
- srhb: segfaults sure are easier to come by doing FFI stuff
Top Reddit Stories
- Pandoc author working with industry on Markdown spec. From (standardmarkdown.com), scored 68 with 7 comments.
- ICFP 2014 Talks. From (youtube.com), scored 56 with 0 comments.
- ICFP 2014 Workshops (Videos). From (youtube.com), scored 53 with 6 comments.
- Let's Build a Browser Engine in Haskell. From (hrothen.github.io), scored 45 with 18 comments.
- Open type families are not modular. From (blog.ezyang.com), scored 41 with 52 comments.
- IDE for Haste projects. From (haskell-web.blogspot.com.es), scored 36 with 5 comments.
- Real world one-liner examples. From (github.com), scored 33 with 7 comments.
- Planning Yesod 1.4. From (yesodweb.com), scored 32 with 8 comments.
- Practical Machines: A simple tutorial for the Machines streaming library. From (statusfailed.com), scored 32 with 24 comments.
- Anecdotes and Advice on Hiring Junior or Summer/Co-Op Students for Haskell Work. From (self.haskell), scored 32 with 29 comments.
- Write your compiler passes in Coq for great good!. From (megacz.com), scored 30 with 13 comments.
- IntelliJ IDEA haskell-idea-plugin + Hasklig. From (self.haskell), scored 28 with 3 comments.
- Upcast, a declarative cloud infrastructure orchestration tool that leverages Nix. From (github.com), scored 27 with 12 comments.
- Ray Marching Distance Fields with Haskell and GLSL. From (github.com), scored 27 with 13 comments.
- A Pretty-Printer that Says What It Means (or, Why Idris's Pretty-Printer is a Functor). From (davidchristiansen.dk), scored 25 with 14 comments.
- The Ivory Language is an eDSL for safe systems programming. You can think of Ivory as a safer C, embedded in Haskell.. From (ivorylang.org), scored 23 with 3 comments.
- Pre-published the slide "Writing NetBSD Sound Drivers in Haskell" for Haskell Symposium 2014. #icfp2014. From (slideshare.net), scored 23 with 4 comments.
- Haskell 2014 talk: Reflection without Remorse: Revealing a hidden sequence to speed up monadic reflection. From (youtube.com), scored 23 with 8 comments.
- Wadler's Blog: Howard on Curry-Howard. From (wadler.blogspot.com), scored 21 with 0 comments.
Top StackOverflow Questions
- Infinite lazy bitmap votes: 11, answers: 2
- Correct terminology for continuations votes: 11, answers: 4
- How do I make MonadRandom a Functor? votes: 9, answers: 1
- Why does Haskell's foldr NOT stackoverflow while the same Scala implementation does? votes: 9, answers: 4
Until next time,
+Daniel Santa Cruz